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'The Art of the Fugue' composer crossword clue


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Wall Street Journal crossword of January 13th, 2018 other clues
Vivien's 'Gone With the Wind' co-star
Was a buttinsky
In the vicinity
Wasn't well
It's inclined to move up and down
Wedding reception guest
Jackson Hole backdrop
Winner of eight Best Choreography Tonys
Jazz trumpeter Baker
With tongue in cheek
King Mongkut's realm
Work period
Knot, e.g
___ Dhabi
Large number
Late deliveries?
Like some Chardonnays
Like some yoga
Like the Ferrari Testarossa
London lockup
Lookouts' sites
'All the Money in the World' figure
'Calvin and Hobbes' girl
Major route
'Cradle of Polynesia'
Makes a sacrifice, perhaps
Making less mess
Mathematician's multiplicative identity
'Plan 9 from Outer Space' star
'The skin of an animal, especially when tanned'?
Miniature maelstrom
1969 World Series champs
More unpleasantly soggy
1980s attorney general
No longer sleeping
Adrenaline, informally
Nursery occupant
Architect's afterthought
Oar fulcra
Art gallery owner, on occasion?
On the block
Ashleigh Murray's 'Riverdale' role
Parapsychology powers
Back-to-back move
Party favorite
Band's boomers
Period when honeyed drinks were popular?
Phillies manager Kapler
Betray surprise
Big Island 'Bye!'
Plays a round
Bit of psychological manipulation
Poultry pens
Produces on a press
Prospectors' finds
Brings in
Protractor measure
Cancun coin
Recreational activity
Cargo hauler
Roughly 15 feet by 6 feet by 5 feet, for the Focus?
Carmine's cousin
Rousseau painting set in a jungle
Carries a balance
Sage fellows
Ceremonial dinners
Chaotic skirmishes
Shakespearean schemer
Chew the scenery
Shuts down, as a harbor
Claim while cuffed
Sign of life
Clears out
Singers Maggie and Patsy
Clinic address
Smartphone precursors
Clone of a kernel?
Sock hops that are really hopping?
Comte's superior
Some skirts
Con quest
Some SLRs
Cops' collars
Spiny pet
Conical quarters
Spoils, in a way
Corduroy feature
Stone used for some pendants
Crunch target
Substantial, as a sum
Swift specialty
Dabbling ducks
Swift works
Danny's 'Lethal Weapon' co-star
The film industry
Defensive tackle Rodney
They know the score
Thick soup, perhaps
Derby patron's quaff
Tibetan transport
Ticks off
Easy on the eye
Tiny terror
Elbow, say
Typical sixth-grader
Elementary curriculum
Fastidious dresser
Feature of a Renaissance Faire costumer's manual?
Unimportant person
Great buy
URL bit
Green prefix
Uru. neighbor
Have as a customer
Uses a key on, in a way
Homicidal alter ego
Venetian magistrate
Honda's luxury marque
Violent sandstorm of north Africa
Howitzer ammo

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